Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 8, 2005
Brown Company Players is pleased to present “Big Baby” written by Frank Moher. This is the premiere piece for the newly formed theater company. The show, which is directed by Diedre Kilgore, will have a four week run at the Inglewood Playhouse. The playhouse is located at 714 Warren Lane, Inglewood, CA 90203.
It opens October 20, 2005 and will run for four weeks every Thursday and Friday evening through November 11, 2005. The opening night celebration will include a reception immediately after the show. The house opens at 7:30 p.m. and the show starts PROMPTLY at 8:00 p.m. There will be a 15 minute intermission. There is ample street parking. It is suggested that audience members be at least thirteen (13) years old due to the mature subject and language.
“Big Baby” is the story of Liz, Alex and Daisy. Liz, played by Joy Sudduth, is a nurse happily living the high-rise life when Alex, portrayed by Antonio Ramirez, shows up at her door, claiming to be her son. Only problem: she doesn't have a son. So how come he knows so much about her?
As the mystery unfolds (and Liz's life starts to unravel), Alex falls in love with Daisy, embodied by Elizabeth Goldstein, the flamboyant upstairs neighbor who insists she gave Steven Spielberg the idea for E.T. The three end up changing one another's lives in ways that not even someone as imaginative as Daisy could have predicted.
Antonio Ramirez is an actor and comedian. He has performed his stand up at host of venues, including; The Laugh Factory, The Comedy Store, The Comedy Union, The Ha Ha Café, Mixed Nuts Comedy Club, Miyagi's and The Ice House Annex.
Elizabeth Goldstein has previously received rave reviews for the show “Advice to the Players” in both the LA Times and LA Weekly. She has also made television guest appearances on Into the Night and Star Trek Voyager.
Big Baby was first performed at the Alberta Theatre Projects in Calgary, Alberta in 2004. Frank Moher’s plays have been produced internationally, at theatres including South Coast Repertory (Costa Mesa, CA). He has won a Los Angeles Drama-Logue Award for Writing (for “Odd Jobs”) and the Edmonton Sterling Award for Outstanding New Play (for both “Third Ascent” and “Prairie Report”). He lives in Gabriola Island, B.C.
Tickets may be purchased online at http://www.plays411.com. Reservation line is (323.960.1053).
714 Warren Lane
Inglewood, CA 90203
Time: 7:30 House opens
Run time: Approx 98 minutes
Dates: October 20, 2005 through November 11, 2005 (Thursday and Friday only)
Ticket Price: $20 opening night and $15 all other nights. $10 for Students, Children, seniors and SAG/AFTRA members.